Pinecrest Farm is one of the longest-established equestrian facilities in the National Capital Region. The farm itself was started along with the earliest Rideau Valley settlement in the 1830s, and was operated for over a century as a dairy, orchard and mixed farming operation - mainly by the Chester and Jakes families. In the early 1970s the Douglas family (Helen, Jean and Col Duncan Douglas) turned it into an equestrian facility. In 1989, Michelle Williams and Rick Anderson purchased Pinecrest, and since then have completed substantial renovations. The facility has 26 big, airy box stalls, a heated locker room for members, indoor wash stall, heated viewing lounge, clinic room, heated arena, outdoor sand ring, and 96 acres with beautiful trails.
Adda'Go Equestrian is now operating out of this prestigious facility. We offer Lessons, Boarding, and Showing. Programs strive towards an eventing goal with a firm dressage base. Our mission is to produce well educated horsemen while maintaining the highest standards of horse care.
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The Adda’Go lesson program focuses on teaching riders from the ground up. Lessons are two-hours which include an instructed tack-up, untack and mounted lesson. All lessons focus on an eventing goal with a firm dressage base allowing riders to school dressage, jumper, safe trail riding and cross country.
Boarders will enjoy the best of amenities at all-inclusive rates. We take pride in you entrusting your beloved partner in our care and strive to offer the care you would in your very own back yard.
Adda’Go will be hosting sanctioned and schooling Dressage, Jumper and Derby shows. We will be traveling to local Dressage, Jumper, Clinics, Derby’s, and Horse Trials.
Adda’Go will be hosting a clinic series annually featuring horse care professionals covering a variety of topics. Adda’Go clients have access to mounted clinics hosted annually with a variety of clinicians. Adda’Go clients receive $5/clinic discount from advertised price.